HERSHEY, Pa. — Hundreds of farmers from throughout the state gathered in Hershey on Monday to kick off the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau’s 71st annual assembly.
Part of the three-day event on the Hershey Lodge confirmed off new applied sciences rising in agriculture, like the usage of augmented reality expertise on the farm.
Officials confirmed a number of the performance of the expertise, and the way it might be used to assist are likely to animals, repair gear and market merchandise.
“This augmented reality is going to benefit Pennsylvania by helping Pennsylvania farmers become more efficient and helping consumers connect with the farmers,” said Daniel Dotterer, Founder of Augmented Productions. “It’s about collecting huge amounts of data and allowing the farmers to make data-driven decisions.”
The event continues by means of Wednesday, November 17 and options different seminars together with actions for youngsters.
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